LUCEM and Holcim Germany are cooperating now

Hamburg / Aachen, August 20th 2019 – In June 2019, LUCEM (producer of light-transmitting concrete elements) and the building materials producer Holcim Deutschland and its subsidiary VETRA Betonfertigteile GmbH signed a cooperation agreement. The aim of the cooperation is to use the strengths of the partners for optimized production and improved sales channels as well as to jointly develop further new ideas for translucent concrete products. Design and lighting technology are at LUCEM, Holcim is primarily concerned with the concrete, including  raw materials, large-scale production in its own precast concrete plants of the subsidiary VETRA Betonfertigteilwerke GmbH as well as new marketing and distribution channels.

“I am looking forward to further cooperate. This is where partners come together who excellently complement each other with their strengths and thus further increase the innovative forces, “says Thorsten Hahn, CEO of Holcim (Deutschland) GmbH.

“The cooperation with the Holcim (Deutschland) Group gives our young company access to excellent production facilities as well as international market access via the global network,” says Dr.-Ing. Andreas Roye, founder and CEO of LUCEM GmbH.

The cooperation partners recently launched the first joint communication measures: Holcim introduces LUCEM solutions in the new architectural concrete brochure.

About Holcim

Holcim is one of the leading manufacturers of building materials in Germany. Whether large or small projects: The employees of the companies of the Holcim Germany Group develop tailor-made solutions for craftsmen, builders, architects and engineers. Products such as cement, aggregates, ready-mix concrete or precast concrete products, as well as other services, provide solutions to some of society’s greatest challenges: creating spaces for living and working, building infrastructure, facilitating mobility, securing energy supplies or realizing innovation. Holcim employs around 2,100 people at more than 150 locations in Germany and the Netherlands and is part of the world’s leading building materials group LafargeHolcim Ltd.